Storage and Treatment of Hazardous Wastes in Tank Systems

  • ID: 1763761
  • Book
  • 446 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Extensive coverage of tank systems for storing hazardous waste, including design and installation; secondary containment systems; release detection; controls for preventing spills; inspections; response to large leaks and spills; and procedures for tanks that contain or treat ingnitable, reactinve and incompatible wastes.
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Executive Summary
Introduction
Background
The Permitting Process
Written Assessment of Tank Systems
Design and Installation of New Tank Systems or Components
Installation of New Tank Systems
Secondary Containment Systems and Release Detection
Variances From Secondary Containment
Controls and Practices to Prevent Spills and Overfills
Inspections
Response to Leaks or Spills and Disposition of Leaking or Unfit-for-Use Tank Systems
Closure and Post-Closure Requirements
Procedures For Tank Systems That Store or Treat Ignitable, Reactive, or Incompatible Wastes
Appendix A: Completeness Checklist
Appendix B: Paint Filter Liquids Test
Appendix C: Synopsis of Pertinent EPA Guidance Manuals
Appendix D: Technical Guidance Documents
Appendix E: Tank-Specific Definitions
Appendix F: Figure Sources
Appendix G: Compatibility Test For Wastes and Membrane Liners
Bibliography
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